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Table Games Roulette. Getting my own table?

Discussion in 'Table Games' started by its1mc, Oct 16, 2016.

  1. its1mc

    its1mc Tourist

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    Hi. My fiancé and I will be getting married in Vegas in June and after all the festivities that night we wanted to go out and play some roulette and maybe some BJ. We will be with some family members and was wondering if casinos would open a table just for us. Not exactly sure if that would happen but had to ask. Thanks for any info.

    Will be on a Tuesday btw. Also would prefer $5-10 minimums if possible.
     
  2. makuk

    makuk Low-Roller

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    I am sure if you were playing $1000 minimum they would open as many tables as you like - I don't think they will rush to open a table for you at $5 minimum!
     
  3. SH0CK

    SH0CK Stylin' and Profilin' Quasi Tech Admin

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    Luxor used to allow you to reserve private tables if you met certain minimums and contacted them ahead of time. They had info available on their site, but that link appears to be dead now.
    https://www.luxor.com/en/casino/table-games.html

    I think they require a minimum of $10 bets with a $500 buy in.

    You may need to contact the casino you are interested in directly to find out for sure, but it will depend on how many are willing to play most of all.
     
  4. TXactuarial

    TXactuarial Low-Roller

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    2nd luxor. If anyone on the strip will do it, it's them, especially if you can get half a dozen people or so to play.
     
  5. notfromconcentrate

    notfromconcentrate Low-Roller

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    Tuesday should be pretty easy to land this, I think.

    Naturally, this will be a lot easier to do if you happen to be getting married in a place that has a casino.

    Realistically, the only logical objection there would be for them to give you a private table is "other players might want to play". If your action will equal what "other players" might have been able to contribute, it's really no loss to them.